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Television scribe Newman (How I Met Your Mother, The Neighbors) shares her comedic and

romantic adventures abroad during the last decade-and-a-half. After spending her twenties in

serious relationships yet afraid, ultimately, of settling down permanently, Newman got bit by the

travel bug and discovered that the best way to battle her commitment phobia was to romance

handsome strangers abroad. These brief “vacationships― satisfied Newmanâ€s desire for

excitement and passion while not making her feel trapped. She cavorted with a handsome

bartender in Russia, a sexy former priest in Argentina, and an aggressive surfer in Brazil. Newman

describes the exotic locales as lushly as she does her companions, taking armchair travelers to

Iceland, Australia, and Israel and sharing some of her travel snafus, such as losing her passport in

Buenos Aires and being deemed a potential terror suspect by Israeli authorities seemingly

because sheâ€s a single woman in her thirties traveling alone. Newman adeptly mixes humor

and heart, making this the perfect read for anyone in search of love, adventures abroad, or both. --

Kristine Huntley Read more “Kristin Newman reminds me of David Sedaris, but with more

joy.― –Diablo Cody  “Kristin Newmanâ€s tales of wanderlust are at turns hilarious,

embarrassing, and then truly inspiring. Her thrilling escapades make me want to get up off the

couch and book a ticket to some exotic locale for a sexy adventure of my own. But I probably

wonâ€t. And neither will you. Just read the book.― –Jane Lynch  ‘Kristin Newman

explodes the idea of the ‘singles scene†into a thousand tiny fragments and scatters them

globally. This is misspent youth well-spent.― –Patton Oswalt  “What I Was Doing While

You Were Breeding is kind of like if Eat, Pray, Love were written by your funniest friend—a laughout-loud

life guide for anyone who needs some help enjoying being single. Or for anyone who

already loves being single. Or for anyone who is married. Basically, whoever you are, Newman will

make you want to chuck it all and book a trip to Argentina.― –Rachel Dratch  “Spoiler

alert: I am the Will who drives a car over Kristinâ€s foot in the Dominican Republic. After writing

with Kristin at That ‘70s Show, I knew that her book would be incredibly funny, but itâ€s also

so heartbreaking, insightful, and full of adventure, romance, and sex sex sex! Do yourself a favor

and read this book! Did I mention how funny it is and how much sex is in it?' –Will Forte

 'If Mark Twain was a woman and he had actually done things in the countries he traveled to, he

would have been a lot more pleasant. He also would have written this book instead of The

Innocents Abroad. This book is so good that, of the many I have blurbed, this is the only one I


read.' –Joel Stein, columnist for Time, author of Man Made: A Stupid Quest for

Masculinity 'I have had the pleasure of joining Kris

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